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Preview of Thomas McIntyre’s ‘Augusts in Africa’

Thursday, November 10, 2016 8:09
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By Thomas McIntyre

Foreword by Craig Boddington

Illustrated by Andrew Warrington

Augusts in Africa
Augusts in Africa by Thomas McIntyre

USA -(Ammoland.com)- ACCLAIMED OUTDOORSMAN AND AUTHOR THOMAS MCINTYRE PUBLISHES NEW BOOK BRINGING TO LIFE THE THRILL OF THE AFRICAN SAFARI.

MCINTYRE’S ARTICLES HAVE APPEARED IN SPORTS AFIELDFIELD & STREAMGRAY’S SPORTING JOURNAL, PETERSEN’S HUNTING, AND MANY MORE.

BOOK FEATURES STUNNING ILLUSTRATIONS THROUGHOUT BY RENOWNED WILDLIFE ARTIST, ANDREW WARRINGTON.

In Augusts in Africa (Skyhorse Publishing hardcover; November 2016; $27.99; ISBN: 978-1-5107-1397-0), Thomas McIntyre, who is on the mastheads as a contributing editor of both Sports Afield and Field & Stream magazines and whose articles have appeared innumerous outdoor publications, presents the stories he has gathered from four decades of safari-ing in Africa—and from among the most transforming days, weeks, and months of his life.

For those who know it well, these tales may read like accurate reflections of their own experiences on the continent.

For others who have journeyed to Africa only briefly, or even not at all, there is a transporting insight to be found in them.

And if there is more than one account on the hunting of the Cape buffalo, that is only because it, the buffalo, may simply represent the ideal combination (the “perfect game”) of size, strength, intelligence, and vehemence to be found in any large wild animal and is therefore indicative of what draws us back again and again to Africa.

Whether crouched in a blind for hours until he can clearly make out the individual rosettes on a leopard’s hide or listening to the professional hunter utter “Oh oh, you should run” when faced with a charging elephant cow, Tom McIntyre brings to life amazing African animals and exciting expeditions in Augusts in Africa.

Featuring stunning illustrations throughout by renowned wildlife artist, Andrew Warrington, Augusts in Africa is a treat for any hunter, outdoorsman, or fan of adventure tales. 

About Thomas McIntyre:

Thomas McIntyre has written hundreds of articles appearing in Sports AfieldField & StreamGray’s Sporting JournalPetersen’s HuntingAmerican HunterMen’s JournalOutdoor LifeBugleSporting ClassicsFly Rod & Reel, as well as in a score of anthologies. Tom is on the mastheads as a contributing editor of both Sports Afield and Field & Stream magazines. He resides in Wyoming.

About Craig Boddington:

Craig Boddington spent the past forty years exploring our natural world as a hunter and sharing his knowledge and experiences in dozens of books and through thousands of published articles and essays. He’s a decorated Marine and an award-winning author, and he remains a leading voice for conservation and ethical hunting around the world. He resides in California.

About Andrew Warrington:

Andrew Warrington has traveled extensively through Europe and North America, working in the outdoors and studying native game. His illustrations have appeared on the covers, and with the content, of nearly all the magazines devoted to hunting, as well as with some of the finest books on the outdoors, hunting, and wildlife. He lives in northwest England.

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